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HOLY TONGUE

by Carlo Mazzacurati

synopsis

Antonio and Willy, two friends approaching their forties, frequent the Antille bar, the cheapest and most miserable bar in Padua. Antonio was a professional rugby player, famous for playing with a cigarette dangling from his mouth. Willy was a salesman, but a vortex of bankruptcy has left him without both his job and his wife. One day, while they are watching the world go by from the Antille bar, a paradoxical, enormous and almost certainly dangerous opportunity comes their way. They've got 50.000 lire in their pockets and a possible treasure on their hands: the two set off on a long journey.

international title: Holy Tongue
original title: La lingua del santo
country: Italy
sales agent: Adriana Chiesa Enterprises
year: 2000
genre: fiction
directed by: Carlo Mazzacurati
film run: 110'
release date: IT 22.09.00
screenplay: Carlo Mazzacurati, Franco Bernini, Umberto Contarello, Marco Pettenello
cast: Antonio Albanese, Fabrizio Bentivoglio, Isabella Ferrari, Toni Bertorelli, Ivano Marescotti, Marco Paolini, Giulio Brogi
cinematography by: Alessandro Pesci
film editing: Paolo Cottignola
art director: Leonardo Scarpa
costumes designer: Lina Nerli Taviani
music: Ivano Fossati
producer: Marco Poccioni, Marco Valsania
production: Rodeo Drive, Medusa Film, Tele +
distributor: Medusa Film
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